Worship Services

With an emphasis on beautiful liturgy and excellence in music, worship at St. Martin’s provides an opportunity to give thanks and praise to God. Enjoy options of either traditional or contemporary worship.

  • Traditional (8, 9, 11:15 a.m., and 6 p.m.)
  • Riverway Contemporary (11:15 a.m.)
  • Family Table (9:15 a.m.)
  • Traditional (7 a.m., noon, and 6 p.m.)
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    Plan Your Visit

    Welcome to St. Martin’s! Whether you are new here, have been visiting St. Martin’s for a long time or have recently rediscovered us, we invite you to worship with us. We offer in-person and online traditional and contemporary worship services.

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    Helping others “makes the heart happy.” Through service, outreach and grants, St. Martin’s helps the less fortunate, disadvantaged and others broken by life’s circumstances.

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    New Adult Lenten Series

    Wednesday, Feb. 21 • 5-7:30 p.m.
    Join us weekly for dinner, Holy eucharist, and Bible study. Dr. Levenson offers this five-part review of our Lord's most well-known sermon.

    Thursday Afternoon Lent Series

    Thursday, Feb. 22 • 4 p.m. • Chapel Reception Hall
    During Lent, join St. Martin’s Clergy as they share a favorite hymn or song that transformed their lives and their faith, and learn how this drew them closer to Christ.

    Stations of the Cross

    Parishioners and guests are invited to make their pilgrimage along the Via Dolorosa, or “Way of Sorrows,” during Lent and Holy Week. The Stations of the Cross depict the final hours, or Passion, of Jesus.

    Lenten Quiet Day

    Saturday, Feb. 24 • 9 a.m.-noon • Parish Life Center
    Lenten Quiet Day is a reflective day of prayer, meditation and contemplation. This day is central to St. Martin’s Lent traditions and is sponsored by St. Martin's Chapter of OSL.

    ECW Spring Luncheon

    Tuesday, March 5 • 11 a.m.–1 p.m. • Bagby Parish Hall
    Kreis Beall is the co-founder of Blackberry Farm, an award-winning resort in East Tennessee and a premier event destination in the country.

    Sponberg Lecture Series

    Thursday, March 21 • 7 p.m. • The Church
    Tom Holland, author and historian, will speak about his book, “Dominion: Making of the Western Mind.” The book looks at how Christ’s teachings liberated the Western mind.

    Register Now for VBS!

    Monday-Thursday, June 10-13

    It’s not too early to start thinking about a fun-filled week during Vacation Bible School. During Scuba VBS, kids will be immersed in the Word and discover what living water is about.


    Building for the Ages

    In 2018, St. Martin’s launched the Building for the Ages capital campaign to expand the ministries and mission of our Lord and Savior Jesus. As we continue to expand our ministries, your generosity is still needed. We invite you to continue to donate to this ambitious project.

    St. Martin's Welcomes 10,000th Member!

    Read this special article highlighting the celebration of our 10,000th member!
    Feast of Lights

    The Wayside Podcast

    New episodes available Thursdays

    Co-hosts the Rev. Wesley Arning and Parishioner Ryan Presley explore a wide range of topics to deepen spiritual growth. Tune in on our our website, Spotify, Apple podcasts or however you listen to Christian podcasts.

    Feast of Lights

    All Parish Window

    Bless others with your gift by donating to the East Window of the Parish Life Center. The window illustrates Jesus’ birth and encapsulates the discovery the shepherds make of the Christ Child.

    Lent at St. Martin's

    Lent is a 40-day observance beginning with Ash Wednesday where Episcopalians and Christians around the world acknowledge their failings, faults and sins. This is a season of spiritual preparation before Easter, during which Christians remember the events leading up to and including the death of Jesus Christ.

    We have a variety of events and activities to make the most of this holy season.

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    About St. Martin's

    Our Mission

    To bring by the power of the Holy Spirit as many people as possible to know, love, and serve God as revealed through Jesus Christ; and to be transformed into spiritually renewed disciples of Jesus who know, love and serve one another and the world.
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